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Actress and author Gabrielle Union is coming to the defense of sexual assault victims.

In recent days, the 44-year-old has sounded off via Twitter amidst the launch of a social media campaign to highlight and empower victims of sexual assault and abuse.

Union opened up about her own experience as a rape survivor, in response to the call for sexual assault victims to speak out as a way to highlight how often it occurs.

“For 20 years now, I’ve been trying to tell my story as honestly as possible and basically with the goal of never having to hear, ‘Me too’ ever again,” Union said today on ABC’s “Good Morning America.” “And I talk about that in my book so it was so wild the other night to see #MeToo trending.”

Watch full interview on ‘The View’ below:

Gabrielle Union opens up on experiencing sexual assault #MeToo [Video]  was originally published on wzakcleveland.com

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